Another closely watched awards program gears up for a new year, the German Nonfiction Prize naming its jury.
The first Chytomo Awards for ‘outstanding achievement in the Ukrainian publishing and literary sphere’ have been named in Kyiv.
The new award from Ukraine’s publishing trade news medium, ‘Chytomo,’ names its first shortlist in three categories.
Programming at Frankfurt Pavilion in October will feature issues in politics and publishing’s role in the protection of democracy.
Ukraine’s ‘Chytomo’ opens a new award with support from Germany’s ministry of culture, Frankfurter Buchmesse, and the Börsenverein.
The Russian writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, in exile since before Russia’s assault on Ukraine, Dorle Kopetzky says, ‘will not stop speaking out.’
Books lead expenditures made by young Germans on the new KulturPass, which has generated more than €3.2 million in revenue in two months.
This exchange program, coordinated by the Börsenverein, brings together organizations in Germany and Ukraine to promote the book industry.
The RISE Bookselling project with the EIBF assesses the value of Europe’s four ‘culture pass’ programs for young readers – and the industry.
The new German KulturPass opens its €200 offer for 18-year-olds, with bookstores reportedly signing right up to participate.
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